STAR Training Program

Contact: Sarah Anson, Arts in Education Coordinator with any questions sarah@cnyarts.org

     

    The 2018 season for STAR Training is finished. We thank everyone who attended and encourage you, if you have not already done so, to fill out the survey and gives us feedback on the course.
    If you are interested in attending STAR Training in the future, please contact our Arts and Education Coordinator or check back here regularly for future dates and locations.

    STAR Training is a pilot program for Teaching Artists in central NY. STAR Training Teaching Artists are artist-educators looking to deepen their practice and enhance the marketability of their work through professional development, networking, and developing a Central NY Teaching Artist Sharing Network. On June 27-30 2016, 43 artists from 6 counties participated in professional development sessions in Rome and Syracuse that featured active learning focused on collaborative skills, arts partnership unit design, STEM and STEAM potentials, and more.

    Not sure what Teachings Artists are?

    "A teaching artist is a two-career professional: a working artist and a working educator.”

    READ more about teaching artists on the CNY Arts' blog.

    WATCH a video about STAR Training from 2018.  

    Decentralization Grants Writing Workshop


    Past Events

    Teaching Artist Professional Development Workshop, June 14-15, moderators Holly Adams and Jose Velez, Cayuga Museum of History and Art, Auburn. Presented in partnership with the Association of Teaching Artists.

    Teaching Artist Professional Development Workshop, June 25-26, moderator Dave Ruch, Syracuse Stage

    2016

    Teaching Artist Professional Development Workshop, June 27-28, trainer Jack Langerak, The Nancy Cantor Warehouse, Syracuse

    Teaching Artist Professional Development Workshop, June 29-30, trainer Chris Angotti, Artistree Studio & Gallery, Rome

    Arts-in-Education Roundtable, August 23, Onondaga Free Library, Syracuse

    Arts-in-Education Roundtable, August 25, Utica Public Library, Utica

    Resources for Arts Education